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US tax court officially declares transgenderism a "serious mental disorder."
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Another reason NOT to pass "Transgender Rights" bill in Mass
POSTED: Feb 12, 2010
Many of you were shocked seeing our report of the bizarre and sad "Transgender Lobby Day" at the Massachusetts State House -- and the legislators who are supporting it.
MassResistance and the pro-family community have been trying to make that point to the Massachusetts Legislature regarding the "Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes Bill" (H1728), which forces the normalization and even encouragement of open transgenderism and cross-dressing throughout society, with fines and jail time for people who voice dissent.
The case involved an eerie former member of the Massachusetts Commission for Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth, Rhiannon O'Donnabhain, who is a 65-year-old man who dresses as a woman and has had hormone injections to grow female-like breasts. The Commission sends homosexual and transgender activists into public schools to set up programs to normalize those behaviors to schoolchildren.
The evidence amply supports the conclusions that petitioner suffered from severe GID, that GID is a well-recognized and serious mental disorder, and that hormone therapy and sex reassignment surgery are considered appropriate and effective treatments for GID by psychiatrists and other mental health professionals who are knowledgeable concerning the condition.
There are some rogue and activist medical people who are willing to attempt such procedures, which range from hormones to actual mutilations and so-called body sculpting. But that continues and exacerbates the disorder and often the psychological suffering of the patient, often into new, destructive directions.
Odd "victory" claimed by gay lobby
Strangely, O'Donnabhain was represented by the homosexual law firm Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD) which considers this a victory because it now opens the door to a flood of "sex-reassignment" surgeries which now can be considered tax-deductible.